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Ryzen 9 7950X3D from AMD will improve gaming performance in 2023

The initial batch of AMD’s “Zen 4” Ryzen 7000 CPUs will be available very soon; Team Red almost certainly announced a September release before their livestream event on August 29. Moore’s Law is Dead (MLID), a YouTuber and leaker, has claimed that the enhanced 3D V-Cache Ryzen 7000 processors would be available in Q1 2023, which is more intriguing for many gamers.

Although we previously knew that AMD’s 3D V-Cache technology will be present in Ryzen 7000, this leak offers us more details on what to anticipate. AMD is reportedly preparing two chips: the extremely powerful Ryzen 9 7950X3D and the Ryzen 7 7850X3D.

Gamers benefit from the 3D V-Cache technology since it enables AMD to’stack’ L3 cache memory on the processor die, which boosts performance in games. The first CPU to use this technology was the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which, because to its enormous 100MB cache, was very capable of outperforming the more costly Intel Core i9-12900K in select games.

Will AMD become the CPU of choice for gamers with the introduction of 3D V-Cache?

It might be difficult to pick the finest processor for a gaming computer. Naturally, your processor won’t have as much of an effect on games as your graphics card, but if it runs slower than your other components, it might be a performance bottleneck, and some games (like real-time strategy games) do benefit more from a strong CPU than others.

Pricing will be important in this situation, but Team Red will win easily if AMD’s 3D Ryzen processors can exceed Intel’s Raptor Lake CPUs while being less expensive. Given that the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is currently undoubtedly the finest option for assembling a high-end gaming system, we can anticipate AMD to maintain its momentum with the second generation of 3D CPUs.

The non-3D Ryzen 7 7700X gets shredded in simulated testing, according to freshly leaked scores, which indicate that Intel’s i7-13700K is poised to offer some fierce opposition. It’s the gaming framerates that matter to the ordinary gamer, not the performance of the number crunching; here is where the 3D chips will shine. We eagerly anticipate getting our hands on these.